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Graves County Class of 2018 Graduation

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The Graves County High School class of 2018 will graduate on May 18, 2018 at 7:00 pm. 

The ceremony will be held in the gym, while a livestream of the ceremony will be played in the Performing Arts Center for friends and family to attend if there are no available seats in the gym. 

After the ceremony, there will be a Project Graduation event for seniors to stay until 4:00 am for door prizes, awards, and more. 

There are limited seating tickets for each senior to reserve for their loved ones, so it is advised to arrive at the event early if you did not receive a ticket to assure closer seating to the stage. 

There will be time to take pictures with the graduates after the ceremony is over, however, anybody who disrupts during graduation by yelling, clapping, or cheering while the names of the graduates are being called will be escorted by an administrator. 

We hope to see you in celebration of our graduating class of 2018. The seniors will spend the remainder of the school year preparing and practicing for the big day which, again, is on May 18th at 7:00 pm in the gym. 

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